The Wall Street Blockchain Alliance (WSBA), a non-profit distributed ledger technology trade association, today announced that BlockEx and RiskSpan have joined the organization as its newest corporate members.
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Adam Leonard, CEO of digital asset platform BlockEx, says: “BlockEx is excited to become corporate members of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance and the opportunity to work with other association members and partners of the WSBA in the collective goal of educating the broader financial markets community about the benefits of one of the most transformational technologies of the 20th century powering the 4th Industrial Revolution.”
Mr. Suhrud Dagli, co-founder of RiskSpan, Inc., which helps financial professionals handle big data, adds: “RiskSpan is excited to be a part of the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance. We’ve helped the world’s leading financial institutions derive actionable insights by solving their toughest data and analytical challenges with our Edge platform. Now, with SmartLink Labs, we’re building a blockchain platform to support structured finance transactions across different asset classes. We feel that aligning with the Wall Street Blockchain Alliance will help bolster our presence in this space as SmartLink Labs continues to develop its technology.”
Ron Quaranta, Chairman of the WSBA, states: “We are privileged to have these new corporate members join the Alliance. Collectively they represent some of the most innovative applications of cryptoassets and blockchain technology, and we look forward to working with them and our other global members to enable comprehensive adoption of blockchain across financial markets and beyond.”